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*JIM_LENCKUS
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my command line disappeared; how do i get it back?

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03-09-2001 03:43 AM
Has anyone in r-14 experienced loosing your command line....If i hit the
F2 key i can review the history but this appears to be some type of
window that is resizable and goes away also. I want to know how do i get
my command line to reappear at the bottom of the screen. AutoCad R-14
user..
*Harper, Chip
Post 2 of 4

Re: my command line disappeared; how do i get it back?

03-09-2001 04:22 AM in reply to: *JIM_LENCKUS
> Has anyone in r-14 experienced loosing your command line....

most likely undocked and hidden behind the autocad window or under the
taskbar, try minimizing the autocad window .... change your screen
resolution to find it.

If i hit the
> F2 key i can review the history but this appears to be some type of
> window that is resizable and goes away also

This is called the AutoCAD text Window, its a running history of your
command line entries, normally set to save the last 400 lines of the drawing
session.
*M., Bob
Post 3 of 4

Re: my command line disappeared; how do i get it back?

03-12-2001 12:57 AM in reply to: *JIM_LENCKUS
move your mouse down to the bottom of the drafting area window. It will
change to a line with an arrow at the top and bottom. You should be able to
resize the command line area, just like you would resize the window areas in
windows explorer.

We have had this happen a couple of times, where, by mistake, someone clicks
and grabs the window bar instead of a command or the panning bars.

Hope it helps!

Bob M.
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> Has anyone in r-14 experienced loosing your command line....If i hit the
> F2 key i can review the history but this appears to be some type of
> window that is resizable and goes away also. I want to know how do i get
> my command line to reappear at the bottom of the screen. AutoCad R-14
> user..
>
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03-15-2001 05:54 AM in reply to: *JIM_LENCKUS
Yes that worked! Thanks Allot Chip for your suggestion! Really appreciate it...
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